Liverpool is the 6th largest City in the UK with a population of 464,500 persons, with a catchment of 1.8 million people within a 30 minute drive time and 6 million people within an hours drive time. Located approximately 112 miles (180km) north west of London, 98 miles (158km) north west of Birmingham and 32 miles (52km) to the west of Manchester.
Liverpool Lime Street Station provides direct rail services to London Euston and along with Liverpool Central Station, many local services are provided to Manchester, Preston, Warrington and Chester.
In addition Liverpool John Lennon Airport is located 6 miles to the south east and serves numerous national and international destinations.
Liverpool is home to a number of international and national businesses such as Jaguar Land Rover, Santander, Royal Sun Alliance and qvc. Many large public organisations also have a presence in the City including hmrc and The Passport Office.
Wavertree Technology Park is considered the prime out-of-town office location in Liverpool and Merseyside being situated 2 miles (3.2km) east of the City Centre.
It benefits from good communications with easy access to the City Centre and is also within 1 mile (1.6km) of Junction 4 of the M62, both accessible by Edge Lane (A5047). It is also within ½ a mile (0.8km) of the A5058 (Liverpool Outer Ring Road).
The park is served by its own railway station, Wavertree Technology Park, providing regular services to Liverpool Lime Street and Manchester Piccadilly.
More than 65 organisations employing circa 2,500 people are on the park with major occupiers including Barclays Bank, rbs, Sony, Provident, Mersey Care nhs Trust, Liverpool Community Health and the rspca.
The property is situated at the south east of the estate with access from Stephenson Way and within 200m of Wavertree Technology Park Rail Station.
The property forms a modern detached 2 storey office of traditional steel frame construction, arranged in an “L” shape with cladding to walls incorporating powder coated, aluminium framed double glazing units with a pitched arched roof in profile metal decking. It has the benefit of a full height glazed entrance with feature canopy.
The ground floor comprises a large attractive reception area with break out space and a series of kitchens and teaching kitchens fitted out to the highest standard. There is the potential for these kitchens to be converted into laboratories, showrooms, consulting rooms, theatre, lecture rooms etc. Or alternatively to office space.
The first floor is arranged as traditional offices and again fitted out to a high standard incorporating a mixture of open plan and cellular offices, meeting and conference rooms. The specification includes:-
There are toilets on each floor, a passenger lift and central staircase.
The property benefits from 39 car parking spaces, giving a ratio of 1:238 sq.ft.
The site is landscaped to the rear and side.